Marrying a drug-lord for the sake of money was always going to prove tricky; And it did for Mrigya.
Pratap, a mafia drug-lord, collapses during a post-dinner walk. He opens his eyes in a hospital and meets Mrigya, the doctor who helped him. Despite a twenty year age gap, they fall in love and within a few days of meeting each other, they are married.
The happiness is short-lived. Five months later, the police contact his wife and promise she won’t be put on trial if she can ensure he’s handed over.
Mrigya married quickly : not for love but for wealth to help pay off her dead father's loan. What should Mrigya choose – protecting her rich but criminal husband or keeping on the right side of the law?
Meanwhile, Pratap’s right hand man is hatching a plot to take his power and his wealth.
They didn’t meet on the best of terms. He was the patient and nearly twenty years her senior, but he married the doctor even though he had only known her a few days. There would be no happy ending that is promised when love is realized at first sight, because the cops want him in jail and she must comply or face jail herself and his right-hand wants him dead.